Polarhigh pops up every now and then with a new jam. Memories of Places You’ve Never Been is a fun instrumental with a lot of great composition going for it. The track utilizes a funky bass line throughout which keeps the energy and groove going. The song’s strongest asset is the creative use of so much instrumentation – it starts with high strings before adding in a synth, drums, and bass. Add in an ambient synth, mix it all together and you’ve got a fun, boppin’ soundtrack!
In a very nostalgic way, char managed to bring forth emotions of the past with this blissful treat from the latest completed DustCar race, filled with Trixie’s greatness and powerfulness! The wonderful use of vocal samples and chops is doing a splendid job at taking us back through time, at the same time as the creative instrumental blows us away with its progression and SGaP-ness. And it has visuals made with love to go alongside it too! Trixiiiiiie!! Pony fan works will never stop!
CAPT started a new series going in the direction of spontaneous tributes to specific things from episodes and experimenting musically too! This first track about the very appreciated return of Detective Rarity in that one Pony Life episode is certainly having the series off to a great start, with Rarity’s antics accompanied by some tasty sounds and Electronic experimentation!
A collab of no less than 34 musicians, this band’s new song was organized by Sound Bandit for the latest DustCar race calling for collabs, and boy did it deliver! The emotional vibes from both the instrumental and the vocals are palpable, and everypony felt that during the stream party of the race. Find the credits and links to all of the contributing musicians as well as the lyrics here!
Simple yet effective, this laid-back Fluttercomposition is making use of vocal samples of the not-so-shy-anymore pegasus over some Reggae vibes, and the melodies are quite lovely too!
For that DustCar race themed about “Who is best princess”, these two musicians took a different approach… You’ll hear it from the vocals and the skit at the end of the video too, and such songs made for fun are quite refreshing, all while being quite creative and blissful musically! A lovely and appreciated endeavor for sure!
“And the more who understand how powerful friendship is… the stronger we will all be.”
TCB evokes a powerful message in his P@D track, a message more important now than ever before. With the vocal chops creating sweet melodies of love and friendship, and his sounds creating huge emotional impacts, this song is one to remember. Friends can change the world. So hold your friends tight, show them this song, and press on…
This article on Equinity 03: Breach is a Horse Music Herald collab piece, co-written by Canatime, Cynifree and DrakeEmberHeart.
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The elusive strigidae has returned yet again. He rarely posts music (his channel has only 5 tracks from late 2016 onward, for example), but when he does, it’s a real treat. This track showcases his usual indie style as a tribute to Pinkie’s wind instrument skills from the trombone to the yovidaphone, even going as far as to feature riffs from a trumpet towards the end. strigidae’s voice is a unique one in the fandom, which cuts through this song like a knife. Don’t miss out on this one!
It wouldn’t be a General Mumble track without something creepy. In the same vein as Couldn’t You Just Simply Die? from way back, this collab between Mumble and Koa is a creepy electronic beat with edited vocal samples from the show – specifically Twilight’s BBBFF song – to add new lyrics, adding a dark twist to Twilight’s relationship with her older brother. Nightmare Night may be over, but the creepiness isn’t ending anytime soon.